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Grateful Dead Live at The Palace on 1995-06-27

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Grateful Dead Live at The Palace on 1995-06-27


Publication date 1995-06-27 (check for other copies)
Topics Live concert
Collection GratefulDead
Band/Artist Grateful Dead
Greatest Story Ever Told-> Bertha, Minglewood Blues, Ramble On Rose, Queen Jane Approximately, Lazy River Road, Eternity, Don't Ease Me In Victim Or The Crime-> Foolish Heart, It's All Too Much, Corinna-> Jam-> Drums-> Space-> The Last Time-> Standing On the Moon-> Sugar Magnolia, E: Liberty

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AUD(Schoeps CMC4)>DAT>CDR; via Henry Wankleswurth; Seeded to etree by neo_levo

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Reviewer: shep-tot - favoritefavoritefavorite - February 28, 2016
Subject: shep-tot
I had a great time at that show with my brother. we grew up a stones through away from the palace, I remember when it was built. I have read some reviews from this show, I must say a lot of hate out there, What happened to accepting an individuals point of view, with out others insulting you? One individual even stated that another individuals opinion should be striked from the record, and that the individuals opinion from the show was "stupid" and that person is an idiot? I though we were supposed to be opened minded and everyone has an opinion, which not everyone will like, but we should not insult others. Anyway, great show a lot of LSD! Jerry passed soon after. Later that year I saw Blind Melon at a great venue in Detroit, Singer for Blind Melon passed soon after. I was afraid to go to 311 concert same year (1995) in fear one of them might pass too.
Reviewer: tazaroo - favoritefavoritefavorite - March 15, 2015
Subject: Victim>Jam>Foolish
This was my penultimate experience seeing the band live. We sat towards the back of the Palace and the sound could have been louder. Overall it wasn't a bad show but the jam between Victim and Foolish was incredible!! The next night would be the last time I ever saw the maestro.
Reviewer: MikesGroover - - June 27, 2011
Subject: Even at the end, there were moments
The Victim jam that transitions into a decent Foolish Heart is a reminder that even though Jerry's life force was fading away, the band could still summon some of that magic for brief moments.
Reviewer: crimsonwhite&indigo - favoritefavoritefavorite - May 18, 2010
Subject: ramble on rose
UM, WTF!??? Ramble On Rose CHEESY!!!?????? You are an idiot any reviews you have left should be disregarded. Get the hell out of here! IDIOT!
Reviewer: Jeff Knorek from Nova Scotia - - April 15, 2010
Subject: Best of Summer' 95
I saw 6 shows if the Summer '95 Trail Of Tears Tour, and there was just one half of one set that was worth all that effort, and it is right here; the Victim>Foolish.

I cannot rate this show because when set against their body of work, only the Victim>Foolish would garner notice (okay, drums and space were cool, too).

It was time to say goodbye. Jerry must have known something we didn't...
Reviewer: gregulator - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - February 22, 2009
Subject: Mike Andrews, you suck
This might have been some of the best playing all tour, the victim>foolish was 30 min! It was the void that you fear, my friend. Just because you didn't recognize the beat or jam, doesn't mean it could have been completed by a student of the guitar. The many complex layers of Jerry's jamming might be what scared you the most. If you were bored, maybe you could have taken your lame energy elsewhere, maybe fish tour. Again, this might be the best victim>foolish ever, sans RFK '90.
Reviewer: 17whenitoured - favoritefavorite - April 27, 2006
Subject: Ran into friends here
If you read my review of 6/28/95, you'll know my dad and my sister were at these shows with me (I wrote that review first).
I ditched my them because i didnt want my dad to see what i was doin (partyin) at the shows, because i was all of 17, still living with my folks.

Anyhow, so I'm walkin around in the Palace parkin lot by myself, and I look over, and there are 3 of my younger high school buddies. And they are lookin for a place to pee! Heheheh, they dont realize that people pee everywhere on dead lot! :-)

The hardcore thing about this, is this was the only show those guys ever saw, and I thought it was one of the poorest shows I ever saw. Started strong, Greatest, Bertha, Minglewood are all nice.....

But Ramble I find to be so cheesy, Queen Jane boring except for that strong ending (Jerry's OOOOOH is well placed), Lazy is ok but eventless, then the Eternity seemed to last that long...Dont Ease was up but short and def not my fav set closer.

2nd set, ugh. That jam between Victim and Foolish some people like, but I just found myself wishing they would start Foolish. Thought Foolish was nice, especially the ending, but that was it for that show. Its All Too Much is actually really well played by Vince, but after that, there was nothing. Last time is ok, but standin is just not anywhere near what it used to be, and sugar mag was slow, and liberty i just walked out on.

The reason it hurts that it was the only show my younger buds saw is because one of them, my friend Matt, passed away soon after in a car accident. Here's to you buddy, it's been almost ten years, but you were a great friend!
Reviewer: unbrobenchain???mighthavejustbroke - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - December 15, 2005
Subject: Yeah
the ole palace wow w/ drink holders in seats and a tacobell inside !!!!!!!!
Reviewer: FreaksDaydreams - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - December 2, 2005
Subject: Good Times Remembered......
Listening to this show for the first time since I was there brought back so many good vibes and memories. Both Palace shows were great. Not bad for an aud. recording, some crowd noise, but I like that, makes me feel like I'm there again! Thanks for all the great music throughout the years!
Reviewer: hjl1450 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - June 21, 2005
Subject: Long Live Auburn Hills
Thanks for the indoor arena in an outdoor summer tour. Always like the aud sound, elusive and tired, but authentic to the reel.

Had fun in our hometown lot with all the gang and rock'd on with Jerry one last time, the final call of 1995
Reviewer: Mike Andrews - favorite - November 21, 2004
Subject: Sad
Jerry, typical for the last three years, was hopelessly lost more often than not - including all but a very brief stretch of the much-vaunted Victim-->Foolish transition. Sounds much like a first-year guitar student attempting to solo. Painful and deeply sad to hear.
Reviewer: box of rain - favoritefavoritefavorite - July 9, 2004
Subject: last call in Motown
The highlight of this show for me is the scintillating jam between Victim > Foolish...great stuff. The remainder of the show is reasonably solid for summer 95...these Palace shows had a pretty good vibe...the worst was yet to come...

Decent audience recording, marred by excessive crowd noise
Reviewer: August8 - favoritefavoritefavorite - May 24, 2004
Subject: Summer '95
I attended both shows and am finally happy to have them on CDR but I wish the sound quality was better. Not bad for AUDs though. I really haven't listened to many other '95 shows but these two in Detroit seemed to be some of the best. Get the show not only for sentimental reasons but for the Victim>Foolish.....Wow!
Reviewer: Talisman - favoritefavoritefavorite - May 21, 2004
Subject: A good show during the tour from hell
This show was not a standout but the development of eternity and foolish heart make this a good show.
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